If you want to be involved, the following are ways you can help now:
Letter Writing Campaign—last Sunday, please join us!
Rector’s Warden Mary Ablaza and Deacon Susie Fowler invite you to join us Sundays in July and August after the 10 am Mass for a special and timely letter writing campaign. Whatever your position is on immigration policy—and there are many—we believe that all Christians and human beings can agree: that all people are to be treated with dignity; that it is wrong to separate children from their families while immigration status is being determined; and that basic human needs must be attended to diligently. Join us in the Gooden Study to write letters to those persons who are in positions to effect right treatment of those seeking asylum. We will have stationery, envelopes, stamps. pens, a list of suggested addressees, and a sample letter you are free to use, modify or ignore in favor of your own words. You can handwrite letters with Mary and Susie in the Gooden Study, or can type your letters on your tablet or laptop and print from Susie’s printer, or take the addressee list, stamped envelopes and sample letter home with you to do at a time convenient for you. Susie and Mary look forward to your participation.
Host Coffee Hour
Each week we welcome all who worship at Saint Mark's to have a cup of coffee after the 8 am and 10 am masses and we need folk to sign up to make the coffee and set out the donuts! It's easy and fun! Want to host? Contact Elizabeth Eichhorn at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will walk you through what to do and how to do it.
Welcome Table Host
Would you like to be part of our welcome table host team? Saint Mark’s is known as a welcoming church and part of that is due to our welcome table each Sunday in the colonnade. It’s a very easy way to provide a warm smile and hello to visitors and parishioners alike. If you want to help, please email or call Chey Widdop, Associate for Community Life, at email@example.com or 901-409-7068.
Name tags—Do you need one?
Do you need a name tag? Have you seen other church members wearing name tags? Maybe you've thought, "How do I get one of those?" It's easy--visit the welcome table and let the host know you need one. Or, you can email or call Chey Widdop, Associate for Community Life, to request one at firstname.lastname@example.org or 901-409-7068.